Georgia Horgan explores precarity + resistance in relation to labour + gender in All Whores are Jacobites at Public Exhibitions, Feb 23 – Mar 31

, 20 February 2017

Georgia Horgan is presenting solo exhibition All Whores are Jacobites at London’s Public Exhibitions, opening February 23 and running to March 31.

The show will also present a performative lecture alongside, which will take place on the opening night at 7:15 and “discuss the stories of radical women from three different times, over a period of six hundred years.” In addition, there will be a film element that follows characters who were all residents of the now-named Borough of Tower Hamlets. 

Exploring precarity and resistance related to ideas of labour and gender, the lecture and exhibition looks at these ideas through the lens of a capitalist structure relating to the global textile industry, and will be experimenting with non-linear narrative.

See the FB event page for details.**

Georgia Horgan, ‘Mechttttthild’, (2016). HD video. Installation view. Courtesy the artist + velyn Yard, London.